We sail T-37 radio-controlled racing sloops.    



      













  


    HERE'S WHO WE ARE   .      .      .      .      .      .      . . .  AND HERE'S WHAT WE SAIL:

     
 

    Pacific Northwest Model Yacht Club members and friends communicate via our PNMYC Yahoo Group.

       The PNMYC Group is open to the public, so join the conversation!
      
      or contact us at   PNMYC AT yahoogroups DOT com             Scroll down for our RACE SCHEDULE.







       Join PNMYC!   Click here for our membership registration form.




    Here's Where:

      click to Tippecanoe Boats




click to Tippecanoe Boats
 



    Here's When:

































   

    Here's News:    [ These links do change, so be sure to REFRESH your screen. ]






Our friend Robyn Lesh, who has graced these pages in the past for
her T37 and college sailing achievements, is in the news again.
Here is how proud dad, Class Secretary WIll Lesh, puts it
in the the recent Model Yachting magazine:
"The T37 family will be interested to hear that my daughter, Robyn,
who grew up as an integral part of the T37 process, building and racing T37s
from when she was very young, has recently been offered a position
on the design team, as one of the design engineers, for the New York Yacht Club
/BMQR Americas Cup Challenge boat for the races in New Zealand. Very exciting!"



















































    These are all clickable!

2018 T37 Class Rules in a nutshell (image)

2018 PNMYC General NOTICE OF RACES and SAILING INSTRUCTIONS -

LOCAL RULES VARIANCE TABLE (Things we do differently)

PNMYC BYLAWS (Word) .. (text)

Participant waiver text

Minutes of PNMYC Annual Meeting 2018 - [text]
Minutes of PNMYC Annual Meeting 2017 - [text]
Minutes of PNMYC Annual Meeting 2016 - [text]
Minutes of PNMYC Annual Meeting 2015 [text]
Minutes of PNMYC Special Meeting April 2014
Minutes of PNMYC Annual Meeting 2014



    Here's How:


click to Tippecanoe Boats

     Pearls and Building Guides


click to Pearls


Our list of Pearls of Wisdom
Dan N's Builder's Guide video
Pete L's T-37 Build Blog
Gary B's T-37 Build Blog
Steve D's T-37 Build Blog



    PHOTO LINKS


      San Juan Island Spring Regatta, hosted by Larry Shorett:
          
Philip's 26 photos,       Allan's select 20 photos

      Recent frostbite racing photos,      Our Learn-To-Sail-Your-T-37 Seminar
     



    MORE LINKS

      Sail Insignia and Sail Numbers:

            General Sail Marking Information

            Traceable Insignia, and Font Information
            PNMYC-Approved Sail Numbers Font 0-9 PAY ATTENTION TO THIS!!

      RACING RULES OF SAILING link

      The American Model Yachting Association:

          - the AMYA's home page

          - the AMYA's T-37 Class page

          - the AMYA's recognized T-37 Class Rules

      McKee's Minute in Sailing World, May 2013

      Ron Meicho - Founding Member - Tribute - My Friend Ron - Memorial

      Miscellaneous images and asides

      Our YahooGroup Links



     
You will find T-37 Sailors at these other clubs, too:

      Inland Empire Model Yacht Club (Spokane, WA)
      Bellingham Yacht Club (Bellingham, WA)
      Port Madison Yacht Club (Bainbridge Is., WA)
      Eagle Harbor Yacht Club (Bainbridge Is., WA)
      Port Townsend Yacht Club (Port Townsend, WA)
      West Vancouver Yacht Club (West Vancouver, BC)
      Royal Vancouver Yacht Club (Vancouver, BC)
      Rose City Model Sailing Club (Portland, OR)
      Seattle Yacht Club (Seattle, WA)
      Corinthian Yacht Club of Seattle (Seattle, WA)
      Corinthian Yacht Club of Tacoma (Tacoma, WA)
  and somewhere near Eagle/Boise, Idaho.

Outside the Pacific Northwest, find T37s at these clubs:

      Indian Harbor Yacht Club (Greenwich, CT)
      Wethersfield Cove Yacht Club (Wethersfield, CT)





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2012 Opti Northwest Championship Green Fleet


    Site and still images (c) 2013-2017 P.D.Hubbell
    10.10.2017



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